From the CFO of the Boeing Company, nine rules for business leaders on managing your company through change In Soaring Through Turbulence, Mike Sears and Tom Schweich show how managers today can weather any turbulent time and plan for the future. In ...
the wake of a year of setbacks to all companies September 11th terrorist attack among them and the resulting troubled economy, being prepared and flexible is even more critical. There is much to learn from Mike Sears' success at Boeing. Despite a huge shakeup in the airline industry, the company remains the no. 1 commercial jet manufacturer and the no.2 defense company, making crucial improvements in its customer response time and winning industry-wide praise for newly introduced technology despite a difficult business environment. Based on a theory of leadership and management built over Sears' career, Soaring Through Turbulence presents nine steps that can guide managers in moving forward, establishing credibility, making solid decisions, communicating, and aligning actions with new priorities. This groundbreaking approach is designed to help leaders win the trust of their employees, streamline the flow of information, and foster teamwork in unpredictable times. Michael Sears (Chicago, IL) is Executive Vice President, a member of the Office of the Chairman, and Chief Financial Officer of the Boeing Company, the world's largest aerospace company. He formerly served as president of McDonnell Douglas Aerospace and president of Douglas Aircraft Company. Thomas Schweich (St. Louis, MO) is a partner at the law firm Bryan Cave LLP and the author of three previous books. His work has been featured on CNN and the Bloomberg Financial Network.
Number of pages: 240
Date of publication: 07/03/2011
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